Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
till /til/
  • danh từ
    • ngăn kéo để tiền
    • to be caught with one's hand in the till
      • bị bắt quả tang
  • danh từ
    • (địa lý,địa chất) sét tảng lăn
    • ngoại động từ
      • trồng trọt, cày cấy; cày bừa
      • giới từ
        • đến, tới
          • till now: đến bây giờ, đến nay
          • till then: đến lúc ấy
      • liên từ
        • cho đến khi
          • wait till I come: chờ cho đến khi tôi tới
        • trước khi
          • don't get down till the train has stopped: đừng xuống trước khi xe lửa đỗ hẳn
      Concise Dictionary
      +unstratified soil deposited by a glacier; consists of sand and clay and gravel and boulders mixed together
      +a treasury for government funds
      +a strongbox for holding cash
      +work land as by ploughing, harrowing, and manuring, in order to make it ready for cultivation
      Thesaurus Dictionary
      plough or US also plow, cultivate, farm, work, dig, hoe, harrow, manure, Literary delve:
      My family has tilled this land for seven generations.
      money or cash-drawer, cash-box or register:
      He insists that the money was in the till when he left last night.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      conjunction, preposition, noun, verb
      + conjunction
      , preposition = UNTIL: We're open till 6 o'clock. + Can't you wait till we get home? + Just wait till you see it. It's great.
      Help Note: Till is generally felt to be more informal than until and is used much less often in writing. At the beginning of a sentence, until is usually used.
      + noun
      1 (BrE) = CASH REGISTER
      2 (BrE, informal) the place where you pay for goods in a large shop/store: Please pay at the till. + a long queue at the till
      3 (especially AmE) the drawer where the money is put in a CASH REGISTER
      Idioms see FINGER n.
      + verb [VN] (old use) to prepare and use land for growing crops
      Collocation Dictionary


      computerized, electronic

      TILL + VERB

      a sales idea that has set tills ringing all over the country

      TILL + NOUN

      receipt, roll


      at/behind/on the ~
      The supermarket didn't have enough people working on the tills.
      | in/into a/the ~
      Put the money straight into the till.
      | from/out of a/the ~
      He gave her £10 from the till.

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